- Previously was planned for select European countries first, now Canada and the US get it at the same time.
- Pricing starts at $50,495 in Canada.
- GT arrives in the spring of 2021, all others later in 2020.
We reported recently that Ford had experienced some difficulties with some European Ford dealerships in convincing them to sell the new all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E. While these teething bugs were eventually ironed out, we think this in part prompted the Blue Oval to rethink its initial plan and introduce their first EV in North America at the same time.
There are numerous trims to select from, the first being the Select. At $50,495, it offers up to 355km of range, a 0-100km/h time in under 6 seconds and depending on specifications, can be RWD or AWD. Then comes the Premium at $59,495 with up to 475km of range. Next, the $64,495 California Route 1 with a similar range with RWD.
The First Edition, the first that will be built, has already been sold out. At $71,995, its combination of Grabber Blue paint, 425km of range, and AWD configuration made it irresistible. Finally, there’s the GT Performance Edition which promises to be featured in countless drag videos against numerous other EVs and ICE cars. At $82,995, with AWD and an estimated 459-horsepower and 612 lb.-ft. of torque, its high 3-second 0-100km/h sprint time seems conservative. We’ll have to wait and see.